Air Force intel uses ISIS 'moron' Twitter to track fighters

“These guys that are working down at Hurlburt (Florida), they’re combing through social media. And they see some moron standing at this command and control capability for Da’Esh, ISIL. These guys go, ‘ah we got an in,'” Carlisle said at a speech in Arlington, Virginia, on Monday. “Long story short…three JDAMs take the entire building out.”

Carlisle said his team was able to perform three joint direct attack munitions twenty-two hours upon discovering the location of the Islamic State group headquarters on social media.

“Incredible work when you think about it. And it was these incredible Airmen out there doing those kind of things,” Carlisle said.